The FBI has published a report on active shooter incidents in the U.S. in 2019, providing information on the 28 events that met the FBI’s definition for this kind of attack. The report compares statistics in 2019 to those in 2018, shows the geographic distribution of incidents, and provides other details, such as the numbers and types of casualties caused, the incident resolutions, the attackers’ genders and ages, and the settings for the attacks. It also includes brief summaries of each of the 28 incidents. This is the fifth report in a series of active shooter-related products from the FBI. The FBI notes that these reports are not intended to explore all facets of active shooter incidents, adding that they serve to provide law enforcement, as well as corporations and the general public, with a baseline understanding of these events.
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